All posts by Randy Russon

Ford to release the facts


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April 2, 2020

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed that he has instructed government health officials to release projection numbers on where the province is headed relative to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Doug Ford shows leadership


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March 31, 2020

It is no longer just a campaign slogan. Flexing strength and the ability to govern and work with others as a true leader, Ontario Premier Doug Ford is showing that he really is “for the people.”

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Ford commends Trudeau


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March 24, 2020

As we are in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis that is affecting all of us, it is truly inspiring when government leaders from different political parties are publicly supportive of one another.

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No cash at Mackinac Bridge


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March 18, 2020

Located about 50 miles south of the Michigan Sault, the Mackinac Bridge Authority will no longer accept cash at its toll booths until further notice. The new measure takes effect this Saturday amid concerns of the coronavirus, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

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College, university combo


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March 15, 2020

There is good news out there relative to education, in this case post secondary schooling throughout northern Ontario, including Algoma University and Sault College.

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We see a sign of spring


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March 6, 2020

As the weekend forecast is for warmer temperatures and a melting of snow, Monday will bring another sign of spring to the Twin Sault area.

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City councilors to talk it up


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February 27, 2020

Local radio station Eagle 95.1 is ready to talk the talk. Twin Sault Talk will make its debut on Eagle 95.1 this Sunday at noon and Sault Business Matters has confirmed who the guests on the first show will be.

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Twin Sault Talk ready to air


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February 19, 2020

A new, local content, talk radio show that has been in the works for several weeks is slated to hit the airwaves on Sunday, March 1 at noon, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

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Tasting events at Broers


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February 11, 2020

First, the whisky. Later, the wine. Broers Jansen, located in the Sault’s downtown, is planning a series of tasting events.

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Eagle-eyed weather nerd


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February 6, 2020

Jim Lehocky remembers being six years old and seeing his first severe storm. From that day on, Lehocky — who is now the staff meteorologist for Sault radio station Eagle 95.1 — aspired to be a weather man.

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This is for you, Nick Caruso


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February 2, 2020

Every so often in life, comes a person of unassuming and selfless nature who, despite being on the quiet side, nonetheless makes an immediate and everlasting impact.

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$10k for Y via Little Caesars


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January 30, 2020

Locally-owned-and-operated Little Caesars of Sault, Ontario has helped to kick off the YMCA’s strong kids campaign with a donation of $10,000.

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Looming on local radio


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January 20, 2020

It’s been about two decades since a local news talk show aired on a Sault radio station. But that is about to change, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

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Huron Broadcasting, 1978


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January 12, 2020

I was recently forwarded a photocopy of an old program from 1978 that featured a number of advertisements promoting Huron Broadcasting, which was in existence as a Sault media powerhouse circa 1976 to 1990.

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Try a wood-fired calzone or …


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January 10, 2020

Checked out, for the first time, the relatively new Steamfitters Lounge, which is located in the Machine Shop building on Huron St. in the Sault’s west end.

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